Years of history, philosophy and culture that cross many continents have proven that the simple yet powerful principles of yoga can bring you from living life to loving life. Beyond the benefits of physical exercise, yoga is about learning to think less and feel more. Through a long lineage of inspiring teachers, Zuda Yoga’s owner Anne Marie Kramer landed in California to offer power vinyasa yoga in Sacramento.

Vinyasa yoga is a moving meditation. Meditation is a self-exploratory journey. It can dissolve the daily stress and distractions of modern life. Learn to transcend pessimism to optimism, restlessness to peacefulness, self-observation to self-transformation.  Meditation creates insightful balance and emotional clarity on your path to healthy, purposeful and whole living.

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Must be present 5 minutes prior to class to claim reservation. Cancellations may occur 8 hours prior to class time for refund. No shows are deducted 1 class (class packs) or $5 fee (members and staff).

If it were easy, everyone would do it.

Give yourself at least 10 classes to get comfortable with yoga. You’ll be using your muscles in a different way, so be prepared to be sore — because it’s hard.

Don’t show up empty handed.

Bring a mat, towel and water to every class. For less than the cost of a pair of running shoes, you can invest in a quality mat that will last many years. Towels help put a hygienic layer underneath you, can be used to cover your eyes in savasana and add traction during postures. Water is vital for a healthy body. Drink water before, during and after class. Bring a refillable canteen… you won’t regret it and your body will thank you.

It’s going to be hot.

The studio is kept at between 85ºF to 95ºF. Heat helps the detoxification process and helps warm up your muscles.

Give your baggy clothes the day off.

Wear clothes that are comfortable and move freely. Loose clothes are bound to end up around your head rather than around your body. Cotton isn’t the best choice as it gets heavy and clingy when wet — and by wet, we mean sweaty.

Give yourself a break.

During any class, feel free to take a rest. Go ahead – lie down on your back or belly. Believe it or not: Whether you are a new yoga student or you’ve been practicing for many years, resting is a sign of strength and often gives others permission to do the same.

Show up willing to try things.

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“Yoga teaches us to cure what need not be endured and endure what cannot be cured.”
- B.K.S. Iyengar